Join Toronto Life on April 20 for a panel discussion about the future of Toronto real estate
Torontonians are passionate about real estate—whether they’re first-time buyers itching to get into the market, young families looking for space to grow or downsizers who need less square footage and plenty of amenities.
What does the future of real estate in Toronto look like? Are Torontonians being priced out of the market permanently? Where is the condo boom heading? Who’s buying and where are investors finding value? Join us on April 20, at 6 p.m., for an evening of debate, discussion and insights, moderated by Toronto Life editorial director Maryam Sanati.
Here are the evening’s panellists:
Developer Sam Mizrahi, now embarking on the largest-scale project of his career: One Bloor West, on the southwest corner of Yonge and Bloor.
Brian Torry, general manager at Bosley Real Estate, the family-owned and operated company that has been helping Torontonians buy and sell property since 1928.
Dawn Desjardins, deputy chief economist at RBC, an expert in macroeconomic and interest rate forecasts for Canada and the U.S.
Alex Josephson, dubbed the “it boy” of architecture. He’s the co-founder of the design firm Partisans and a University of Toronto lecturer.